Seaworld events coming this summer


This summer Seaworld Orlando will heat up like never before with everything from new attractions, new educational experiences and a nightly summer concert series Seaworld Orlando will have plenty to experience while on vacation this summer. Traveling families will be able to enhance their experience at Seaworld Orlando by getting the opportunity to feed sea lions, train a dolphin and feed penguins.

Seaworld Orlando has made an effort to bring to guests new attractions and experiences all coming this summer for their enjoyment.

Mako: Known as the fastest, longest & tallest coaster in Orlando this coaster goes a whopping 72 miles per hour and gives guests the experience of weightlessness as you enjoy the ride. Click to learn more about Mako.

SeaWorld Rescue Center: Manatee Rehabilitation: Families visiting the park are invited to see seaworld’s conservation efforts and learn more about these majestic animals in the wild. Guests of the park will get a chance to learn about the problems facing these mammals today in the wild. Located near turtle trek.

Summer Nights at Seaworld: experience fun like never before when the hot sun goes down Seaworld Orlando transforms giving families and friends more time in the park to enjoy the high energy Shamu Celebration: Light up the Night. In addition guests will be able to ride Seaworld’s coasters at night.

Unique experiences: Get closer to seaworld’s many inhabitants, head behind the scenes and get the chance to feed your favorite animal. From sea lions & Penguins to training a dolphin. make your vacation an unforgettable experience.

Guests are welcome to Download the Seaworld app to further enhance their experience and carry the park in your pocket whether planning your trip or enjoying the park.


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